Two Decades of Award-Winning Public Interest Journalism
Homelands Productions is an independent, non-profit journalism cooperative
whose mission is to
illuminate complex issues through compelling broadcasts, articles, books, and educational forums,
and to foster
freedom of expression and creative risk through the media arts. Since 1990,
and won 22 national and international awards. More...
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the world at a time of social
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Upcoming Stories to Probe Food-Climate Connections
Producers Jonathan Miller and Sam Eaton have been in Mexico, Costa Rica, India, Singapore, Qatar, Uganda and the Netherlands gathering tape for a series of stories about the future of food in a climate-changed world. The series, part of the “Food for 9 Billion” project, will air on PRI’s The World and PBS NewsHour beginning in June. For updates, visit our blog and follow the project on Twitter.
Alan Weisman has written five books, including the best-selling The World Without Us. His work has appeared in Harper's, Discover, Atlantic Monthly,New York Times Magazine, and LA Times Magazine. He is now working on a book about population and the world's carrying capacity. More...
Cecilia Vaisman has extensive reporting experience in Latin America, Asia, and the USA. A former staff producer at NPR and special projects editor at Chicago Public Media, she now teaches audio documentary at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. More...
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